Miami Springs Political Forum – New and Improved

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  1. As to the loss of the parking money, the answer of what to do is very simple.
    Do not vote for and encourage every neighbor to vote against every counsel member and mayor who did nothing for the past 3 years. If we don’t send a message of what we expect our elected officials to do, then we get stuck with what we have and that’s not good.

  2. Now how did Dr. Yamilet Hernandez at 780 Nightingale Avenue pay off at the City to get the sidewalk NOT to pass through her driveway??? Saw a senior recently almost make the “detour” into the street and almost get hit by a City garbage truck. Looks like a nother lawsuit me thinks.

  3. So Bob Best just endorsed Victor Vazquez. Great job Vic. You got the other UTD fanboy to endorse you. This is still a 2 person race between Cabrera and Fors.

    • Has Vazquez resigned to run for the county, and will that seat be filled by an appointment or a special election?

  4. After reviewing all 4 candidates I am going to vote for Jorge Fors. He has the most experience and understands the issues better than anyone. Victor is a nice guy, but he doesn’t have the energy to fight for us and he’s too connected to the UTD. Dariel Fernandez has no political experience whatsoever and doesn’t convince me he’s prepared to take on the County. Kevin Cabrera is super smooth. Maybe too smooth. But he’s got no depth. He’s smart and talented. I was surprised he received a Trump endorsement for such a local race. That will make some come out and vote, but the Trump haters won’t vote for him just because of this. Cabrera has gone all out attacking the best candidate, Jorge Fors, slinging mud on the man like it’s a sport. I’ve been turned off by all the text messages and negative mail from the Cabrera campaign. Fors has been endorsed by Rebeca Sosa and Maria Mitchell. Fors has been endorsed by local police and firefighters. And he has the most experience of all the candidates serving as a Coral Gables Commissioner. I’m voting for Jorge Fors and I encourage you to do the same.

  5. Looks like ol’ Jim put the City and Gazette on notice. I actually remember when Mayor Billy Bain told TC to sanitize the paper and I think this is why you don’t see “critical” news reports in the Gazette anymore. Its too bad because those stories are what made me look forward to each issue. Many of us now rely on timely news from Nestor not month old stale news and ads in the Gazette, RIP Gazette.

  6. Miami Springs and VG should merge into one municipality. The combined City would be able to save on Police and City Administration. Plus, if annexation happens, it would have a YUGE tax base to lower taxes for everyone.

  7. If annexation fails, we’re never going to get lower taxes. Let’s see what the county commission votes today.

  8. The city straight up screwed up. I don’t think it’s corruption. Hanlon’s razor: “never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity.” They screwed up and don’t want to admit it. The most honest person was Chris Hide:

    The City Planner responded, “Well, we didn’t. And one of the reasons that we didn’t, unfortunately, is because we never had established a fee. We talked about a parking impact fee. But since there was no fee established, it was not applicable to them. And William is right. That one is done. The permits are issued. We can’t go back to them now and say, ‘Well, you owe us a million dollars.’ In hindsight we wish we would have established a fee and charged them something. But we didn’t. This is to close the barn doors.”

    Kudos to Chris for being an honest man and not lying to cover up the mess.

    Alonso has acted shamefully. Maybe he should resign. I don’t know.

    The root of the problem was the former City Attorney who should have advised the City to charge the fee. The root of this entire mess started with Dan Espino.

    Not sure why Nestor didn’t go after him and the current City Attorney more aggressively. The City should consider moving away from the current law firm.

  9. Love how easy some people throw around allegations and claims of corruption, when they don’t agree with the process or understand something. Instead of siting down and talking like humans being hey choose to throw rocks and run like B-TCHES. NO residents showed up to the last council meeting, as you can see on one believes your claims. The people of Miami Springs know better than to be used for your entertainment. GET A LIFE and come back when you have something thats wroth a dam. BTW YOU can pay for the outside counsel, STOP PASSING THE BUCK THE RESIDENTS.

    • William, great points! Pretty sure Jim L. is in hiding after you and your team hit him with the Truth! Funny I saw on their facebook that very few comments or support. Goes to show you how much people think of Jim and his lies. Remember what happened to him on Miami Beach when he said he was a fireman, turned out he was just a meter reader? Nothing to worry about with him, his credibility is about zero now.

  10. Here is an idea.
    When Vasquez vacates his seat to run for the county, appoint Jimmy L. to fill the vacancy.
    I may even start going to the council meetings again to see the fireworks.
    I dare you.

  11. Jim’s “letter” is laughable. Yes, Jim, you go ahead and bring in an outside counsel. What a moron! It’s no wonder we all laugh at you in this town.

  12. Stop whining do something. You need to go after these people and vote them out or start a recall campaign. Whatever you do Miami Springs is going to become Hialeah . Your small town is going to turn into a big city. One great thing about this though is the market is terrific and you could sell your houses and make a huge profit and then move away! Keep smiling amigos!

  13. Jim Borgmann was a local who loved our City and was a great City Manager. Alonso doesn’t live here. And whether he orchestrated the scam downtown development or not, he doesn’t deserve to remain as City Manager. It’s time to shake things up at City Hall.

  14. I do not know a person named Jim or care about him. I check this site about twice a month to see if there is anything newsworthy. As usual, just retards posting nonsense.

  15. Sounds like Jimmy struck a nerve. Is your guilty conscience causing a lack of sleep at night. That is bad for your health. Resigning for health issues is a dignified way to bow out.

  16. It seems like Slippin’ Jimmy is posting and answering his own messages. If you have so many “facts” about complicit behavior here, then why hasn’t anyone taking you or this matter seriously? And there is not a darned thing you can do about it. Your Ethics complaint is the laughingstock of the County – they all laugh at you, Jim. Hahahaha! Go waive your grocer’s study by the canal when you are preaching to the ducks.

  17. jim if you had “facts” why did you wait two years? few people in town care about you or your phony scandal.

    • And yet, you keep talking about it. Jim seems to have free rent in your mind. Sounds like he got your attention. Interesting to see the evolution of the defense. First they stood behind the parking study. When that was debunked they shifted to attacking Jim personally as the city can’t defend the facts. Now they’ve shifted the defense to “That was three years ago.”

      Here are some easy facts that you can understand:

      Fact 1: the city cared more about the developer than the residents.

      Fact 2: the city did nothing to collect fees.

      Fact 3: the city was complicit in allowing the project to move forward and ignored charging any fees.

      Councilman Walter Fajet asked Chris Heid “Chris, what was the fee we charged the Theater Property Developer?”

      The City Planner responded, “Well, we didn’t. And one of the reasons that we didn’t, unfortunately, is because we never had established a fee. We talked about a parking impact fee. But since there was no fee established, it was not applicable to them. And William is right. That one is done. The permits are issued. We can’t go back to them now and say, ‘Well, you owe us a million dollars.’ In hindsight we wish we would have established a fee and charged them something. But we didn’t. This is to close the barn doors.”

  18. Max Milam is a grocer, not an engineer. He needs to stick with keeping his store shelves stock and not get involved in things he is unqualified for. The City of Miami Springs hired an engineering company. FACTS were discussed and made public. And you, Jim, come back two years later seeking redress? It shows how slow you are.

    • The city did not hire an engineering company. The developer hired an engineering company. Get your FACTS straight.

  19. Interest in this matter seems to have waned. Could be that Jim Llewellyn brought it to light and his reputation isn’t so great. Only two comments on his Facebook page. His so-called “article” was heavy on hyperbole, light on facts and oh so hard to read. That’s Jim! Confuses people, goes off in all directions, and when the smoke clears, there are no FACTS to support his claims.

  20. sounds like jim llewellyn posting here under different names. you are acting like amber hurd. hope you face a defamation case by attorney dan espino.

    “Espino has already moved on as a partner with a major law firm that describes itself in part as “serving as the go-to law firm for real estate developers, property owners, and business owners.” Evidently, a resume that includes hatching a sleazy deal with developers at the expense of fellow residents has its rewards.”

  21. There is a lot of corruption in the city government.
    The building official abuses his
    power by working at other cities like Hialeah and Surfside. Search his name on http://www.govsalaries.com, no wonder he is never
    available to answer his phone or to see us citizens
    in person, can’t even leave a voicemail. I’m sure
    he had something to do with the town center debacle along with the manager and planner. An independent investigation of the city admins should be done. Even the code enforcer seems to have two salaries by working in Surfside. STOP THE CORRUPTION!!! Shame!!

    • Stop hating, you were probably caught doing work without permit. Best Building Official this city has ever had. Looser, coward why don’t you pay him a visit and say it to his face.

  22. There is a lot of corruption in the city government. The building official abuses his power and double dips with by working at other cities like Hialeah and Surfside. Search his name on http://www.govsalaries.com, no wonder he is never available to answer his phone or to see us citizens in person, can’t event leave a voicemail. I’m sure he had something to with this town center debacle with the manager and planner. The Manager and every other corrupt administrator needs to be investigated. Enough is enough. Even the code enforcer officer works two city jobs with us and Surfside. STOP THE CORRUPTION!!!!

  23. The city manager and anyone associated with the Miami Springs Towne Center (Chris Hide?) need to resign. The city manager has a shady past and its starting to come to light.

    • With the possibility of gaining more territory in the pending Annexation efforts, Miami Springs needs a competent professional City Manager and City Planner now more than ever.
      Look around and see what this past hiring practices have produced in the reduction of quality of life for residents in exchange for monetary gains for special interest and decide if you want to keep promoting this practice.

  24. our city council and mayor need to do better research on vendors. i have high school education and just google this company and looky here.

    Fitness campaign or fraud scheme? Postal inspector, state of California investigating promotion that may have cost hospitals $1 million
    J Burns
    PMID: 10119616
    Erratum in
    Mod Healthc
    Abstract
    The U.S. postal inspector and California authorities are investigating whether a San Francisco-based company called the National Fitness Campaign may have bilked more than 120 hospitals across the country out of nearly $1 million through a physical fitness and wellness promotion. Since 1990, scores of hospitals have paid thousands of dollars for shabby, incomplete or, in many cases, non-existent exercise equipment.

  25. The New Outdoor Training Facility: Who Committed Fraud?
    Normal, IL, USA / http://www.cities929.com
    Catrina Petersen
    Jan 26, 2022 | 12:57 PM
    The New Outdoor Training Facility: Who Committed Fraud?
    Photo courtesy to National Fitness Campaign Facebook page

    More than $180,000 to build it… that’s the an outdoor-training center that could be constructed as early as this summer. The training facility will be built by the National Fitness Campaign, which claims to be a consulting firm on their website.

    “This company, this for-profit company, gave the town a coupon. Which the town is advertising as a grant to build this park. Beyond the $180,000 there’s other expenses were going to have. There’s maintenance, the towns going to hire personal trainers to show people how to use the equipment. We don’t know the full extent of how much taxpayer dollars are being used,” said councilman Stand Nord.

    Nord said he doesn’t know if this was material misrepresentation or fraudulent misrepresentation by the company to public officials.

    “The mayor prepared a document at that meeting stating this company was a non-for-profit,” said Nord. “Did the company give him that? Or was it all made up by the town staff and mayor to tell the council what they wanted to hear in order for this to pass? That is a huge thing, because this is taxpayer dollars. Somebody defrauded the council and we should know how.”

    Nord said a huge red flag is now that the council knows somebody defrauded the council for taxpayer dollars, the mayor and the town manager don’t want to find out who did this.

    “They want to continue spending taxpayer dollars. That is a huge, huge red flag. Why? Why do we have to do business with this particular company and keep spending money with them? Somebody needs to investigate this,” said Nord. “I’m certain the town staff are not going to do it.”

    Nord said he had asked the city attorney, Brian Day, what is the legal status of this ordinance that the council passed if it was based on material misrepresentation and fraud.

    “The mayor ordered the town manager [Pam Reece] not to answer my question. I asked him a legal question,” said Nord. “If you were to sign a contract with someone and it was based on material fraud, immediately that contact is invalid.”

    Nord said the public should be worried, because these are their tax dollars that are being used.

    “The mayor and these other town council members were campaigning, they talked about how fiscally responsible they are,” said Nord. “How they are stewards of the taxpayers dollars. Obviously if they know somebody well enough or a company well enough and they want to spend your money it doesn’t matter how or what the company says. They are going to give them your taxpayer dollars.”

    Doug Damery and the relationship to National Fitness Campaign

    Doug Damery is the Town of Normal Director of Parks and Recreation and serves as the Chairman of the Board for Illinois Park and Rec Association (IPRA) and they partnered with National Fitness Campaign (NFC). On the NFC website they say they partner with cities from across the nation to improve health in communities. IPRA gets funding from NFC for erecting these facilities in communities. Damery’s relationship with the NFC and the money the IPRA would receive was not discussed at the Jan. 4 meeting.

    FOIA obtained by BLNNEWS

    Councilman Scott Preston expressed that he would have liked to see the vote recalled or looked over after learning NFC is a for-profit company.

    Karyn Smith did not attend the Jan. 4 meeting, which means if Preston had voted no, than the outdoor training facility would have been dead.

    In an email Stan Nord sent to the council: “At the last council meeting a Mr. Preston asked if NFC was a not-for-profit. Ms. Reece confirmed they were a non-for-profit. The non-for-profit status was discussed as it related to seeking other bids. The vote was to waive the requirement to seek other bids.”

    Reece did say in the Jan. 4 meeting it appears they are a nonprofit.

    FOIA obtained by BLNNEWS

    BLNnews Editor Diane Benjamin FOIA’d emails that confirm Damery was copied into NFC’s emails that stated his IPRA would get funding for constructing the outdoor facility.

    “I talked to people in Lincoln, there was one that was built down there with the help of a hospital, and they have never seen anybody use it. This is not normal exercise equipment, this is like for extreme exercisers. You can’t use it year round, nobody is going to be outside doing it this time of the year,” said Benjamin.

    Is Stan Nord looking to run in 2022 as State Representative?

    Nord said what it comes down to is: who else wants to get involved?

    “I’m not going to be able to change things by myself. We need more people to get involved. If you watch any of the meetings, I am outvoted most of the time,” said Nord. “If there’s not enough other people wanting to run. Then why should I continue to run if I’m going to be a thorn without any ability to actually make a change. Right now the town council there’s a majority of people who are Chris Koos rubber stamps. I just can’t beat that unless the public wants to start running for office and care.”

  26. Did anyone catch the scam at the meeting last night about the fitness equipment??? There is no “grant” it is only a discount if you pay retail plus for the equipment. Do some research on that Mike Cole guy who spoke, seems like that company has been in lots of hot water out in the San Diego area. But hey $185,000 is a good deal since we get a grant to knock off $30,000. Hey Tom Curtis are you listening? Buehler? Someone getting rich again at our expense.

    • I thought the same thing. That’s not a GRANT. It’s a discount off of MSRP. That’s some bullshit right there.

      And for what? An ugly wall and rubberized flooring? That flooring does not last in South Florida. We’ll get a few boxes and some pull up bars for $155,000?

      1 – It’s FUGLY. Thank you to Walter Fajet for calling that out.

      2 – You get very little for your money.

      3 – They want to turn it into a NASCAR wall with sponsors.

      It’s a horrible idea. That fits better at Stafford Park than on Curtiss Parkway.

  27. dead senior citizen comment alonso. is a lie, i am a member of the senior center and have not been in over a year, was in hospital almost died, live alone. no one called me to check? the young lady at the front desk is either checking her phone or facebook. maybe put her to work calling seniors who have not checked in in a while… the only thing city employees their check are their fat paychecks at our expense.

  28. This Vazquez guy just ruined the Springs by voting in favor of the UTD graffiti mural now he’s going to ruin Miami Dade. Thesemar woke people are ruining our towns it’s all these liberal woke politics.

  29. Unionize Starbucks, what a joke! Yeah my 17 y/o can’t aspire to anything more than making coffee. This is just another corruption from the mafia unions.

  30. First, the city should have fought the UTD harder on the murals. It was dumb to just fold. The two who wanted to fight harder were the ladies: Mayor Mitchell (she’s a champ!) and up and comer Jacky Bravo.

    The City should allow murals on one side of the building only. The mural shouldn’t face north or south, only east and west. Only allow them on 36th Street. We don’t need murals everywhere.

    It’s already getting out of hand, no thanks to the axxholes at the UTD.

  31. Can the Springs, along with Virginia Gardens, be gated? Close all the loose entrances on 36th street and have entrances only on Curtis? Maybe put a guard? Another gate Poncianna? Thoughts?

  32. Instead of protesting outside Starbucks for higher wages, they could be holding signs promoting Starbucks specials. That would increase sales. That would increase the value of the employee. Nope. They won’t do that. Let’s protest outside the business because that’s going to help sales and boost profits. These babies have not been taught how businesses work. Socialist mindset on display for all to see.

    • You must not know him. Not only is he an excellent CM but even a better Financial Director. Guy does two jobs for one. Save us all tax money. Stop you whining and get to know him before you talk garbage about someone like him.

      • Don’t be cheap. Alonso is an Opa-Locka retread.

        We need a New Finance Manager and a New City Manager. Having the City Manager do both jobs puts too much power in one person. Those positions should be separated. Saving one headcount is shortsighted.

        Besides, all the bad things happening have been under William’s watch. Who was the CM while this stupid downtown project was approved without enough freaking parking? Alonso. That alone deserves a kick in the rear.

        Who’s the CM that has allowed all the crime and prostitution on 36th Street? Alonso. FYI – The Chief of Police reports to Alonso. He has hire / fire authority over the police chief.

        Speeding continues to be a problem.

        What has he done that is so wonderful? I don’t see it. I see a City deteriorating. The City Council has a hammer they can use to get better results. It’s time to use the hammer.

      • I have dealt with him, and he is way over his head in that job. He may be a very nice guy, but he is NOT City Manager material.

  33. The women of the city council had more balls than the men versus the UTD. Thank you Mayor Mitchell for always protecting Miami Springs. Thank you Jacky Bravo for your backbone. Bruh, ya’ll knew Vazquez was going to support UTD. Bob Best is the Miami Springs Joe Biden. He been lost his mind. It’s a shame Fajet didn’t show the “cojones” the ladies showed on the council. “C’mon man!” He lost his man card on that vote.

  34. Welcome to Windwood Springs, We will now have to allow all graffiti to our once beautiful clean neighborhood. Just because the UTD Union has so much power that no one dared confront.
    We now have to allow unauthorized graffiti all over.

    Sad day when our council does not represent our citizens and lets outsiders and unions rule.

    • Stay angry; good and angry and remember this at the next elections. Vote out ALL the teachers and the town drunk.

  35. “We’re happy we were able to come to an agreement,” Hernandez-Mats said. “We feel bad we had to go through such a long process. We want to be good neighbors and want to make that area better and engage residents.” – Next time, follow Miami Springs rules. UTD is like typical rules. They apply to everyone else, but themselves. And they are so neighborly, they attacked the city, the council, and spread fake news. Wow. That’s endearing.

  36. The UTD is a political organization. Screw them. What a bunch of A-Holes. They were so rude at today’s council meeting. Including the clown face herself la Zapata.

  37. Banning styrofoam. Ugghhh. Is this to prevent Chik-fil-a from moving in. They have the best shakes in styrofoam cups.

    • I agree with others that this is not the most important issue facing Miami Springs at this time. Perhaps other quality of life issues could be address like enforcing the noise and traffic ordinances with the cars with the loud stereos that rattle the dishes when they drive by your house, the willful obstruction of traffic by ever other yard maintenance person with a truck and a trailer, and perhaps trying to put some controls on the Air B&B’s just to name three.

  38. Agree one million percent! If he shows favoritism toward UTD then our family and friends will never cast a vote for him again. However, if he votes accordingly to the law especially after such an exhaustive process through so many depts and boards, he will be one day Mayor. He was a teacher and seems very cuddly with Zapata and the Kats woman president so this will be his big test. Come on Vasquez, you were a history teacher and have some smarts. Keep your bias out of the decision and vote according to our regs. And remember what Miami Springs did to that poor tattoo guy who painted a mural in his back alley near the trash dump! fair is fair.

    • Apparently, you didn’t do your due-diligence and investigated Vazquez when he first appeared on the Miami Springs political scene. He has a history of being a Puerto Rican activist, pro BLM and thought to be by some a Marxists. One of the flyers received on his behalf was by an Orlando PAC with close relations to George Soros. Read up on the Miami Dade Democratic Party website and see the amount of backing he received to run for this local “non-partisan” seat.
      The fox has moved in, and the chickens are unaware.

  39. I LOVE the idea of a statue of Glenn Curtiss near the Curtiss Parkway entrance to the city. Where do I sign up to donate?

  40. Council: Vazquez is not a crazy radical. He’s actually been good. I don’t think he’s going to vote against the UTD since they supported him. We’ll see. I’ll vote for him again if he stands strong for equal justice and applies it to the UTD equally and doesn’t show favoritism to the UTD.

    • I think that you are in for a major disappointment, both Vazquez and the UTD are funded by the same organization.

    • He already voted in favor of the UTD. What other ordinance are they going to break in Miami Springs? Build in the Golf Course low income housing? Paint graffiti in all the circle buildings? He is not for the Springs. He is for special interest and outside groups. Not my vote and I will tell everyone of my friends and family to vote for whoever runs against him next time. Is not that he is a teacher I am a teacher too.

  41. what dingbat suggested light colors were bad? this person should immediately be recalled. meanhwile we have drugs and crime and the circle.

  42. We love Miami Springs because each home is different. We don’t live in a cookie cutter community. That includes choosing my own colors.

  43. First, the Ukrainians are fighting hard for something we say we value.i.e Freedom. Do we need
    to “suck it up?” Yeah, if nothing more than for the sake of those willing to lay down their lives
    for something we say is sacred. A recent poll found that if the US were to face what the Ukrainians are facing, only 55% of Americans would be there. Yeah, suck it up. When the gougers are done prices will go back down. It’s only gasoline, not AMERICAN blood. Atop the whine.—Hell yes we need a statue of Glenn Curtiss. Just sayin.’ I grew up in Miami Springs and went to Glenn Curtiss Elementary and graduated from HHS ’65.

  44. Thanks to the Council for approving the “new and improved” Miami Springs Circle. What a cluster! It’s been happening for days. Not just with today’s exaggeration, but yesterday too. And its only gonna get worse.

    • Ridiculous to unionize an industry that’s a stepping stone for High School kids to get experience in the workforce. It’s just a bunch of middle age losers that never did anything constructive with their lives.

  45. many reports of irs and other checks being stolen about miami springs especially around the miami springs senior high school area. if you get informed delivery and it says check coming… good luck! sad to say but parttime carriers may be involved. if you are missing a check file a complaint with united states postal service inspections service not with local post office.

  46. Barry’s Cleaners: How did that project (already short on parking) swallow up a covered parking area to add more retail and did not get a variance? Hmmmm? Who got paid to let that slide? Oh, if you have allegations of corruption send it to the State Attorney’s General. Meanwhile we have an administration that continues to let crap like this happen.

  47. One year ago, gas averaged $2.84. Diesel was at $2.92. Today: $4.35 for regular. $5.05 for Diesel. The spike in regular is bad enough. The spike in Diesel means its more expensive to ship everything around the country. AKA, everything you buy is getting more expensive.

  48. When are they opening Canal Street? The City Administration has allowed the construction crew free rent at the City site for three years. Open up at least an eastbound lane to alleviate some of the Circle backup.

  49. Let’s go Brandon! In one week gas has gone from $3.69 to $4.29. That’s a serious attack on the American economy and spending. If this keeps up, it’s going to hurt the poor the most and then small businesses. Joe Biden has been taken over by AOC and the Green New Deal garbage.

    • if the president doesn’t want to do everything at his disposal that he can do to help the American people it is fine with me . Everyone can see what he isn’t doing

    • This is purposeful. They want the gas ⛽️ prices high. They want to screw this economy. It’s insane. Drill here not overseas.

    • All the talking heads on the major networks are telling you to suck it up America you’re getting exactly what you deserve.

    • We all get the leadership we deserve! Whoever voted for this Idiot that has a 50-year-old track record of wrong choices, and shady dealings and expected things to change screwed the whole world up. We told you this would happen now grin and bear it. Let’s use our own energy and not buy from our enemies. Simple, but not for this administration.

      • This is what this administration has given us:
        According to the yearly Doomsday Clock statement made Thursday in Washington, DC, we’re as near to Doomsday as we’ve ever been, thanks to continued nuclear hazards, disruptive technology, and the apparently unending Covid-19 pandemic.
        “Nuclear weapons and weapons-delivery platforms capable of carrying either nuclear or conventional warheads continued to proliferate, while destabilising ‘advances’ in the space and cyber realms, in hypersonic missiles, and in missile defenses continued.”
        Its experts said last year: “The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Science and Security Board today moves the Doomsday Clock 20 seconds closer to midnight – closer to apocalypse than ever.
        “In so doing, board members are explicitly warning leaders and citizens around the world that the international security situation is now more dangerous than it has ever been, even at the height of the Cold War.

        • Wish people would bother to educate themselves a little on things like global supply chains, basic economics, history, etc etc before blaming it all on Joe Biden. Gas prices are up globally, inflation is up globally. The president doesn’t have a magic wand to fix it all. Next thing I’ll hear is how the former president would have done a better job, simply because he had an R next to his name. What a joke.

  50. El festival estaba bueno, pero los precios estaban ridicule para los niños. Necesitan mas cosas para los niños.

    Gracias

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